Freddie Mac launched an online real estate professionals resource center that is designed to keep real estate agents, brokers, housing counselors, and other practitioners on top of the latest affordable mortgage products, training, and networking opportunities as well as customizable promotion tools, the company announced recently.

The new Real Estate Professionals Resource Center is an easy-to-navigate webpage that helps connects users with information to help them strengthen their customer connections, educate clients, and do more business as their market’s trusted advisor, the government-sponsored enterprise said. 

Click here to check it out.

A special section called “In the Spotlight” focuses on the latest market challenges, changes and solutions, Freddie Mac said.

According to Freddie Mac, the Real Estate Professionals Resource Center allows users to access separate sections dedicated to increasing referrals, becoming a stronger housing expert, and finding and registering for networking and training opportunities hosted by Freddie Mac with the National Association of Realtors or other professional organizations.

Additionally, the new Freddie Mac webpage displays Twitter updates on related and significant housing developments. 

"America's real estate professionals are critical in guiding and informing homebuyers about their best options to become successful homeowners,” said Jerry Weiss, executive vice president and chief administrative officer of Freddie Mac.

“Freddie Mac's Real Estate Professionals Resource Center will give agents and brokers up-to-date information on the mortgage products and solutions offered through our lenders to responsibly expand affordable homeownership opportunities, especially for first-time homebuyers," Weiss added. 

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